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1829.                                                                    LAWS OF MARYLAND.

  CHAP. 139.  

Claims annulled.
    Sec. 2.  And be it enacted, That the said Samuel C. Patrick
shall not, by virtue of his marriage with the said Mary Patrick,
be authorised to have or claim any right or interest in
the estate, real, personal or mixed, of the said Mary Patrick,
to be by her acquired after the passage of this act; nor shall
Mary Patrick be authorised to have or claim any right or interest
in the estate, real, personal or mixed, of the said Samuel
C. Patrick, to be acquired by him after the passage of
this act.
Feme sole.
    Sec. 3.  And be it enacted, That the said Mary Patrick shall
have and exercise all the rights, privileges and immunities
and subject to all the legal responsibilities of a feme sole
in the same manner she would have been if she had never
been married.
Liability annulled.
    Sec. 4.  And be it enacted, That the said Samuel C. Patrick
shall not be liable for any debt to be hereafter contracted by
the said Mary Patrick.

                                            ———


Passed Feb. 25, 1830.
                                        CHAPTER 140.

An act to incorporate the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, in
                                    the city of Baltimore.

Preamble.
    WHEREAS, The scattered Israelites of the city of Baltimore
have, by their petition to this General Assembly, prayed that
they may be incorporated, with powers necessary for the
building of a Synagogue, wherein they may worship God according
to the rights and customs of their fathers, to regulate
their temporal concerns, and to take, hold, enjoy, and convey
property sufficient to carry into effect the object of their incorporation;
Therefore,
Corporate powers
granted.

















Proviso.
    Section 1.  Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That John M. Dyer, Moses Miller, Lewis Silver, Levi Benjamin,
and Joseph Osterman, of the said congregation and their
successors, chosen in the manner hereinafter directed, shall
be, and they are hereby constituted and erected into a body
corporate, by the name and style of " The Electors of the
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation;" and by the same name and
style, shall have continued and perpetual succession, and be
able and capable in law of suing and being sued, pleading and
being impleaded, answering and being answered, in any court
of law or equity in this state, and to make and have a common
seal, and the same to alter at their pleasure; and to purchase,
hold, and enjoy, any estate, real, personal, or mixed, in the
same manner as other religious societies are authorised to acquire,
hold, and enjoy, such estate, by the constitution and
laws of this state; Provided, that such estate shall not exceed
in value ten thousand dollars.



 
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